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Non-Surgical Weight Loss

Non-Surgical Options — Choosing Your Weight Loss Path

We believe that one solution is not the right answer for everyone. This is why the Weight Treatment Center offers flexibility and variety to help you meet your health goals. Whether you need to lose 20 pounds or 200 pounds, we have options for you. Our non-surgical and surgical weight loss teams offer a comprehensive approach and support to help you lose weight because it not just about the food that you eat.

We offer:

  • Metabolic testing using the ReeVue Metabolic Analyzer
  • Body composition testing with the InBody 230
  • Medical evaluations with a physician that specializes in weight loss
  • Individual appointments, group visits and classes that help you develop weight loss behaviors to help you "Eat Smart. Be Active. Think Well"

If you are ready to take action and start improving your health, start out by first finding out what your body mass index (BMI) is. A healthy BMI is defined as 18.5-24.9. A BMI of 25 or higher is considered overweight and a BMI of 30 or higher is obese.

Find Out Your BMI

Once you know your BMI, review the below options are available to you. Our providers will build a program customized to your needs and lifestyle.

Overweight (BMI over 25):

  • Register for non-surgical weight loss seminar (Healthy Lifestyles Program)
  • Schedule an appointment for a health evaluation with a primary care physician who specializes in weight management. A physician will help evaluate to see if you are a good candidate for weight loss medications.

Obesity I (BMI 30-34.5):

  • Lap band is an option for BMI over 30 if you have other obesity-related medical conditions. Attend a free Weight Loss Surgery seminar to learn more.
  • Register for Non-Surgical Weight Loss Seminar (Healthy Lifestyles Program)
  • Schedule an appointment for a health evaluation with a primary care physician who specializes in weight management. A physician will help evaluate to see if you are a good candidate for weight loss medications.

Obesity II (BMI 35-39.5)

  • Consider weight loss surgery if you have another medical condition such as diabetes, sleep apnea, or high blood pressure.
  • Register for Non-Surgical Weight Loss Class (Healthy Lifestyles Program)
  • Schedule an appointment for a health evaluation with a primary care physician who specializes in weight management. A physician will help evaluate to see if you are a good candidate for weight loss medications.

Clinically Severe Obesity (BMI over 40)

  • Consider weight loss surgery, especially if you have another medical condition such as diabetes, sleep apnea, or high blood pressure.
  • Register for non-surgical weight loss seminar (Healthy Lifestyles Program)
  • Schedule an appointment for a health evaluation with a primary care physician who specializes in weight management. A physician will help evaluate to see if you are a good candidate for weight loss medications.

Register for a Free Weight Loss Class